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MILLIONS OF SCHOOL-ISSUED COMPUTERS ARE SPYING ON KIDS WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT

By Daniel Lang The Daily Sheeple April 22, 2017   MILLIONS OF SCHOOL-ISSUED COMPUTERS ARE SPYING ON KIDS WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT     There was widespread outrage back in 2010 when it was discovered that a Philadelphia school district had issued laptops to students with a very creepy function. Unbeknownst to both students and parents, […]

MILLIONS OF SCHOOL-ISSUED COMPUTERS ARE SPYING ON KIDS WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT

Entire Homeschooling Family Kidnapped by the State

Entire Homeschooling Family Kidnapped by the State

By Brittany Hunter Foundation for Economic Education February 11, 2017   Entire Homeschooling Family Kidnapped by the State     Raising children is no walk in the park, but it’s even more difficult when the state dictates what you can and cannot do with your own family. Kiarre Harris is a devoted single mother, trying […]


FBI to high schools: Tell us who your “anti-government” students are

By Against Crony Capitalism March 10, 2016   FBI to high schools: Tell us who your “anti-government” students are     This is all getting a little too weird and that is why we are running this story from Infowars. Drudge also ran it today. This country, unlike most countries has a bit of “anti-government” […]

FBI to high schools: Tell us who your “anti-government” students are

Why Tennessee Forces Seventh Graders to Learn Islam

By Kevin Currie-Knight Foundation for Economic Education November 4, 2015   Why Tennessee Forces Seventh Graders to Learn Islam A Monopoly School System Can’t Be Evenhanded   How big is the distinction between education and indoctrination? Not terribly, if you ask some Tennessee lawmakers. They are pushing to remove any mention of religion from Tennessee’s […]


How Do You Prepare a Child for Life in the American Police State?

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute October 12, 2015   How Do You Prepare a Child for Life in the American Police State?   “Fear isn’t so difficult to understand. After all, weren’t we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us […]

Financial Tyranny: ‘We the People’ Are the New Permanent Underclass in America

California School District Rolls Out Iris Scanner Pilot Program on School Buses

By Michael Krieger Liberty Blitzkrieg September 23, 2015   California School District Rolls Out Iris Scanner Pilot Program on School Buses     The following story is another example of how our typical response to tragedy as Americans is to overreact and turn to complicated, unnecessary solutions to simple problems. There was recently a tragic […]


Don’t Assume I’m Smarter Than My Contractor

By Kevin Currie-Knight Foundation for Economic Education September 11, 2015   Don’t Assume I’m Smarter Than My Contractor Why Schooling Helps Us Devalue the Nonacademic       “So, I figured I’d ask you,” said my contractor. “You’re a lot smarter than me and—” That’s when I stopped him. Tom knows I am a college […]


Generous with Someone Else’s Money

By Doug Bandow Foundation for Economic Education June 29, 2015   Generous with Someone Else’s Money     What could be more magnanimous than a cafeteria worker giving out free lunches? Or an education official writing off school loans? In both cases, the recipients of the largess must see a champion. Yet, in neither case […]


This 11-Year-Old Boy Was Suspended … for Bringing a Leaf to School

By Jordan Richardson The Daily Signal March 21, 2015   This 11-Year-Old Boy Was Suspended … for Bringing a Leaf to School     A school in Virginia suspended an 11-year-old boy for 364 days after he brought a leaf to class that resembled marijuana. One problem: It was not marijuana, and the school knew […]


Handcuffs, Leg Shackles and Tasers: The New Face of Punishment in the Public Schools

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute January 26, 2015   Handcuffs, Leg Shackles and Tasers: The New Face of Punishment in the Public Schools     “In many parts of the country, teachers are viewed as beyond reproach, much like doctors, police officers, or clergy … and, therefore, are rarely challenged about their classroom […]

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Can Racial Discrimination Explain Much?

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com   Can Racial Discrimination Explain Much?   In the medical profession, there is the admonition primum non nocere, the Latin expression for “first, do no harm.” In order not to do harm, at the minimum, requires accurate diagnostics. Suppose a patient presents with abdominal pains, and the physician diagnoses it […]


Unannounced Shooter Drill Terrifies Students: “I Thought He Was Going to Shoot Me”

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com   Unannounced Shooter Drill Terrifies Students: “I Thought He Was Going to Shoot Me”     “So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” These words […]

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School Cancels Veteran’s Day Ceremony… Because of 21-Gun Salute

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com   School Cancels Veteran’s Day Ceremony… Because of 21-Gun Salute     Today America honors its men and women in uniform for their bravery and sacrifice, unless that is, you live in Wisconsin’s Eau Claire School District where celebrating our liberties and freedoms should only be done when it’s convenient and politically […]


The Myth of the “Good School District” 4

By Brian Wilson   On ZeroHedge recently, the discussion focused on “things the middle class can’t afford anymore”. In the Comment Section –where one can learn a lot of scary stuff about the views, priorities and prejudices of their fellow travelers – one pseudonym posted: “Vacations don’t define middle class. Plenty of workaholics in upper class. […]

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